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Hospitals are struggling to keep services open in the midst of labor shortages and are turning to telehealth and virtual care tools to fill the gap. Digital health funding looks to outpace its massive growth in the previous year, but in the midst of its rise, challenges of interoperability and data-collection could slow its progress. Plus, MITRE recaps the Nov 3rd March of Dimes Summit to Improve Maternal Health.

1/19, Benefits Pro: Telehealth providers eyeing greater risk, greater returns

1/18, USA Today: America leads wealthy countries in maternal deaths. Our local data could change that.

1/13, Becker's Hospital Review: 14 hospitals temporarily or permanently shelving services because of staffing shortages

1/13, NBC: The VA's new mission: improve health of pregnant military veterans

1/11, Contemporary OB/GYN: Designing your patient's prenatal care "PATH"

1/10, Rock Health: 2021 year-end digital health funding: Seismic shifts beneath the surface

1/6, Forbes: What the NYTimes Got Wrong On Prenatal Screening

New Research

American Journal of Preventative Medicine: Depression in the Postpartum Year and Life Course Economic Trajectories

MITRE Corporation: Saving Lives: Opportunities from the Data-Driven Summit to Improve Maternal Health 

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